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Webb asked for respect after a US show commented on Beyoncé

Webb asked for respect after a US show commented on Beyoncé


The presenters of a program in the United States were accused of making racist comments about the pop artist

Unfortunate comment

For fans of the American singer BeyonceIt sparked a hashtag demanding respect for the singer, after the presenters of an American TV show made a bad comment.

Following the comment on Beyoncé, the TV show was canceled in the US. Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images (Images 1 and 2)

On X, formerly Twitter, netizens asked “Beyoncé deserves respect.” that it “Racism is not funny” This Sunday (17). This happened after comments appeared on the program saturday night live, Racist statements against the singer spread on social media.

In an excerpt from the show, comedians Colin Jost and Michael Che talk about various news stories with humor. At one point they mentioned posting photos Beyonce wears a chrome dress and platinum blonde hair.

This led to her being described by many people online as “too white”.“Chi says. “In fact, she was so white that I finally felt attracted to her“, continued the comedian.

The fans revolted

despite of Chi is also black, the comment was not good and ended up causing a lot of repercussions on the web. Some fans actually They didn’t like the line that quotes the pop singer.

Beyoncé goes platinum on premiere. Image: magic

Others in turn stated that the broadcaster had a habit of getting involved with white women and that the whole thing was just a joke. “BEyoncé is Beyoncé! We will always remember that the joke wasn’t about her, it was about his admiration for white women.One netizen began.

They said people online accused her of being too white, which led to the joke about him. There was no disrespect to Beyoncé“, concluded the explanation. “Unfortunately this is happening again and we will not tolerate racism, it is not funny.”“, said another.

What netizens said

Victoria Carvalho is a journalist who has been working for about three years focusing on entertainment, art, film, theatre, and national and international television. She graduated in the Social Communication – Journalism course from the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais (PUC-MG) in 2023. She currently works at Bolavip Brasil in communications outlets such as Associação Mineira de Rádio e Televisão (Amirt) and Canal Entrelinhas.